For Seniors Only editor and writer receives gold medal

For Seniors Only editor and writer receives gold medal
October 19
04:00 2017

Judie Holcomb-Pack, For Seniors Only editor and writer, recently received a gold medal for her short story, “When Are You Too Old to Run Away from Home?” in the North Carolina Senior Games/SilverArts literary competition.

Earlier this year she won first place in the Piedmont Games SilverArts competition for her short story, as well as first place for her poem, “The Woman in the Red Dress,” qualifying her to represent Forsyth County in the State games. This is the second gold medal Holcomb-Pack has won in the SilverArts literary competition.

Holcomb-Pack retired from Crisis Control Ministry as its PR and Marketing Consultant in 2014 and then joined the company that published The Chronicle as part-time editor and writer for For Seniors Only magazine. She is also a member of Winston-Salem Writers.

“I urge all seniors to write, whether it’s a journal, poem or story,” says Holcomb-Pack. “We all have many stories inside us just waiting for an opportunity to be shared with the world. Don’t worry about it being perfect; the first step is just to get it down on paper.”

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